OLTL Transcript Monday 9/02/02

One Life to Live Transcript Monday 9/2/02

By Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

Blair: I'm so sorry, Chad. I --

Chad: It's ok.

Blair: I don't know why all this hit me so hard.

Chad: You're upset, Blair.

Blair: No --

Chad: You're upset about Ben. You're upset about your husband, too.

Blair: I -- yes, I am, but that's -- you know what? That's no excuse. I shouldn't --

Chad: I can help. I want to help.


Téa: Now it's just us, Todd, with nothing to keep us apart. Yes?

[Ross whistles]

Ross: Hey, Téa. I thought you might be short on wardrobe, so I brought you this.

Téa: Ross?

Todd: What the -- you think you can just come into my bunker? What, you think you can come see Téa whenever you feel like it?

Téa: Todd, you gave me your word.

Todd: What the hell do you think you're doing?

Ross: What are you doing? All I'm doing is bringing Téa a shirt of mine that she wore. And let me tell you something -- she looked incredible in it, really hot. Ooh. So, what's the problem?


Jessica: You know, at least one good thing came out of this. My mom is going to get the help she needs to get better.

Natalie: Yeah, she said she was going to her old therapist, the one that originally integrated her, right?

Jessica: Yeah, Dr. Hannon. She's going to get better, you know? She's going to have the support she needs after everything that's happened with Ben. Guys, I don't know if he's going to come out of that coma.

Seth: It's going to be tough for her. I can't imagine losing someone I loved. Oh, Natty, I'm sorry. I can't believe I said that.

Natalie: No, it's no big deal, Seth. I've been over you for a long time.

Seth: I should have known.

Natalie: I should go home.


Bellhop: And of course, all our rooms have their own Jacuzzis. Very romantic.

Jen: Thanks. You know, I really only need to know one thing. I'm pretty sure I got the right room number --

Bellhop: From when you came to visit your friend?

Jen: Yes, my best friend, Natalie Buchanan. You're absolutely sure this is the room she stayed in on August 1?

Bellhop: We double-checked, as you requested when you called. This is definitely the same room.

Jen: Ok. Thank you.

Bellhop: Mm-hmm.

Jen: Here you go.

[Door closes]

Jen: Liars! I almost died in that fire Al set, and they were here, kissing. And -- damn them. Damn all three of them. [Knock on door] it's payback time.

Jen: I'm glad you decided to show.


Troy: Lindsay.

Lindsay: Hello.

Nora: Troy?

Troy: Nora, call the police.

Lindsay: Oh. You can let go of me, please.

Troy: Tell them Lindsay's escaped.

Lindsay: I have not escaped.

Nora: Liar.

Lindsay: I'm not lying. And since we're all here together, I guess I might as well be the one to give you the news.

Troy: News? What news? What are you talking about, Lindsay?

Lindsay: I've been pardoned.


Mollie: You jerk. I almost died because of you.

Rex: What are you talking about?

Mollie: Well, after you decided to totally act like an idiot and I got away from you, I ran into those escaped convicts and almost got killed in a shootout.

Rex: You were part of that?

Mollie: I sure as hell was. And I told a reporter all about it.

Rex: What reporter?

Mollie: Check it out. It's two whole pages.

Rex: You're kidding.

Mollie: No. I told them everything, including what a loser you are.

Rex: Hey, you were the one who wanted to leave.

Mollie: Oh, so now it's my fault I almost died?

Rex: No, I mean, I just didn't think you were going to be in any danger and -- you really were almost killed?

Mollie: Yes. But lucky for you, this wonderful woman saved my life.


Nora: I need to speak to the warden, please.

Lindsay: And so, because I saved a young woman's life from Allison Perkins while being held at gunpoint myself, I was pardoned by the governor.

Troy: Congratulations, Lindsay, that's the worst lie you've ever told.

Lindsay: Don't you read the paper?

Troy: Oh, come on, Lindsay. No one's going to pardon you, especially not the governor.

Nora: It's true.

Troy: What?

Nora: I just got confirmation of Lindsay’s pardon from the warden.

Troy: Wait a minute, wait a minute. You're telling me that Lindsay escapes from jail and they reward her with a pardon?

Lindsay: I was forced to escape.

Nora: Well, she's leaving out one small detail.

Troy: Yeah, well, now, that sounds like Lindsay.

Nora: The young girl that she saved? Her name was Mollie Serafin. She happened to be the governor's granddaughter.

Lindsay: And a lovely girl she is.

Nora: And because Allison Perkins went over the deep end just after Ben was shot, she couldn't even contradict Lindsay’s escape story.

Lindsay: There's nothing to contradict.

Nora: So she's free.

Lindsay: As I deserve to be.

Troy: And the first thing you do with your newfound freedom is come looking for Nora and me?

Lindsay: Oh, don't flatter yourself. I came to here to see my daughter and to see how Ben was doing.

Troy: Yeah, well, Ben's been transferred to another facility, and your daughter's not here, so good-bye.

Lindsay: Yeah, I guess I will be leaving, then.

Troy: There's a great idea.

Nora: Lindsay? There is one thing we need to get clear --

Lindsay: No, there's only one thing left to say, Nora. I've been given a second chance. That's the best thing that has ever happened to me, and I intend to make the most of it. Now, I intend to move on with my life and leave the past behind. I suggest you both do the same.

Troy: Oh --

Nora: She's free. She's free, Troy! What are we going to do?

Troy: Ok, listen to me. Ok, here's -- here's what we're going to do, ok?


Cristian: Have you guys seen Antonio?

Seth: No.

Cristian: His landlady told me he packed a few things and took off, but I can't find him anywhere.

Jessica: No one's blaming him for shooting Ben, Cristian.

Cristian: Yeah, I know, Jess, but he's really torn up about it. I just want to make sure he's ok.

Seth: I'll help you look for him.

Cristian: No, that's ok, man. You stay with Jess.

Natalie: Actually, we should get home and do those things mom asked us to do.

Jessica: Yeah. Ok. See you, Cris. Good luck.

Cristian: Yeah, see you. Hey, Natalie, can I talk to you for a minute?

Jessica: Go ahead. We'll wait in the car, ok?

Natalie: What's up?

Cristian: Well, I thought that maybe I should wait to talk to you about this, you know, since everything has been going on. But running into you like this, I -- I just feel like it's important that I explain something to you.

Natalie: What?

Cristian: It's about what I told you at the hospital. When I told you that you were more than just a friend to me?


Al: You're going to call the police, right, tell them that I set fire to your dad's house?

Jen: I still can't believe you did that. I could have died.

Al: I know. I am so, so sorry.

Jen: You're sorry?

Al: Yeah, look, I know it was insane, ok, but I only did it because I love you so much.

Jen: Yeah, you already said that.

Al: It's true. Ok, look, I wanted to do something that I could blame on Natalie so that you would see that he would take her side no matter what. Look, I know it was sick, ok, and stupid. And you have to understand that I had no idea that you were going to be there.

Jen: Except I was.

Al: I know. I swear to you, Jen, I would never, never, ever do anything to hurt you. I just -- I just wanted you to love me, you know, instead of Cristian, and now I know that that's never going to happen. Look, you know, if you want, go ahead and call the commissioner. Or you can come down to the station with me while I make a statement. I just appreciate the fact that you gave me a chance, you know, you heard what I had to say. I -- I know that you can't forgive me, and I don't expect you to.

Jen: You don't understand. I do forgive you.

Al: You do? Why?


Blair: It's really sweet of you to be concerned, but I'm ok, really.

Chad: Yeah, yeah, you seem ok.

Blair: And I really shouldn't lean on you like that.

Chad: Well, no, that's no big deal.

Blair: Yes, it is a very big deal, and I promise I'm going to be very professional with you in the office from now on.

Chad: Yeah, right.

Blair: Ok. Well, you know what? I'm just glad we straightened everything out and that you're back here working as my intern.

Chad: Thanks.

Blair: And I am looking forward to a very good working relationship with you.

Chad: Me, too.

Blair: Today was a complete fluke. You know, I -- I found out about Ben, losing him, and --

Chad: I believe that.

Blair: Yeah, and, you know, you're right. I am still very upset about Todd, and I probably will be for a long time.

Chad: Sure. Well, of course.

Blair: But you shouldn't have to worry about that. Absolutely not.

Chad: Right, right. Um -- I'll remember that.

Blair: Ok. Good.

Chad: So, I should go. Oh, Max has been bugging me for a long time to move these supplies out of one of the empty lofts over Break Bar, so --

Blair: Oh, right. Well, you shouldn't keep Max waiting. I know personally that he is very impatient.

Chad: So I'll see you later?

Blair: Ok. I will see you later.

Chad: Look, I know this is none of my business and you told me not to worry about you, but I have to tell you one thing.

Blair: Ok, what?

Chad: Your husband, Mr. Manning -- he really screwed up with you.

Blair: Yeah.


Téa: Ross, are you trying to bait Todd? Is that it?

Ross: I just brought you back your shirt. Don't you remember when you wore it? I certainly do. You --

Téa: Ok, that's enough, Ross.

Ross: You were so hot.

Téa: And you are so out of line.

Ross: Why? Why? If he's going to lose it every time I come bearing gifts, you know, you might want to rethink your domestic situation.

Todd: You done, Rayburn? Because I don't want to play games with you, so just get out.

Ross: Should I leave the shirt? I'm thinking maybe I shouldn't leave the shirt. Maybe I should keep it at my place --

Téa: You know --

Ross: Just in case.

Téa: I don't want the shirt. And I don't want you here.

Ross: Oh, oh. Oh. Now, you two aren't being very neighborly. And we were such good friends.

Téa: Ross, why are you doing this?


Natalie: I think I know what you meant when you said that -- that we were more than just friends. I mean, "friend" doesn't even begin to describe what you mean to me.

Cristian: It doesn't?

Natalie: You saved me from Niki Smith. I mean, if it weren't for you, I'd be in prison or worse right now.

Cristian: Yeah, Natalie, but that's --

Natalie: And you believed in me when no one else did. And that's more than just friendship, and I'll never, ever be able to thank you enough for that.

Cristian: Thanks, but that's not what I'm talking about. Look, Natalie, it's really hard for me to say what I really need to say to you.

Natalie: Because of the stuff with my mom?

Cristian: Yeah, yeah, and not just that. I mean, there's other stuff, too -- Jen’s mom escaping --

Natalie: Jen.

Cristian: Right, yeah, Jen. It's been really hard on her.

Natalie: Look, Jen needs you and she loves you. And you love her. I get that. You don't have to say anything else.

Keri: Cristian -- sorry.

Cristian: Hey.

Keri: Have you seen Antonio?

Cristian: No, no, I've been looking for him, too.

Natalie: I better go.

Keri: I went -- Cristian, I know about the shooting. I went by his apartment, and his landlady said that maybe he might have left town?

Cristian: Yeah, yeah, that's what she told me, too.

Keri: Is that true?

Cristian: I'm not sure. Maybe.

Keri: Cristian, look, just because we're broken up doesn't mean --

Cristian: Look --

Keri: I -- I need to see him. I just need to know that he's ok.

Cristian: Yeah, Keri, I'm sorry, that's not what I meant.

Keri: I still care about him, Cristian. I still love him. And I think he needs to hear that right about now. You know what I mean?

Cristian: Yeah. Yeah, you need to say it.


Troy: Ok, come here. Here's what we're going to do, ok?

Nora: Ok.

Troy: We're going to go on with our lives as if none of this ever happened.

Nora: Oh, Troy --

Troy: No, no, no, no. Listen, listen, listen, listen. Ok? I'm not being naive here. I'm not trying to bury my head in the sand. I know exactly what Lindsay’s capable of. And I'm sure she's going to try and cause some trouble for us.

Nora: And there's nothing we can do about it.

Troy: Yes, there is because I'm going to be there for you. I'm going to be looking out for you. And there's no way that I'm ever going to let Lindsay anywhere near you.

Nora: Can I get that in writing?

Troy: I'm serious, Nora. I'm not going to let Lindsay ruin things for us.

Nora: Ok. I'm not going to let her, either.

Troy: Good. You know before when you were talking to me about letting go of the past and moving on?

Nora: Mm-hmm.

Troy: Well, I realize that that's exactly what we need to do because if we start worrying about every last thing that Lindsay might try and pull, we're going to spend all of our time thinking about Lindsay. And then she'll have already won without ever having to do a thing.

Nora: You're right. So what do we do?

Troy: I'll tell you what we do. I take you to the airport, you go to Chicago, you visit your family, pick up Matthew, and in a few days you come back and I'll be waiting here for you.

Nora: That sounds suspiciously like what we were planning on doing anyway.

Troy: Well, that's what we do. We go on with our lives. We do everything we want to do. Which for me means I still get to torture you with long bike rides and long hikes.

Nora: Oh, brilliant, because I wouldn't want to miss that.

Troy: I wouldn't let you. Good. Because there's no way Lindsay can touch us. Not now, not ever.


Lindsay: Jen, are you in there? Jen?

Man: Excuse me, can I help you? I'm the super.

Lindsay: Oh. You're new here, aren't you?

Man: Yeah, I just started last week.

Lindsay: Oh. Well, I'm here to visit my daughter. She didn't know I was coming. It's a surprise. I haven't seen her in a long, long time.

Man: Oh, that's too bad.

Lindsay: Well, I was wondering if you could do me a favor and let me in and I could wait on the inside. I could show you a picture of Jen --

Man: No, no, no --

Lindsay: And I can show you I.D. if you need it.

Man: No, don't worry about it. You seem like a nice lady.

Lindsay: Oh, well, I am.

Lindsay: Thank you. Thank you so much.

Lindsay: Well, Cristian probably isn't going to be so happy to see me, but Jen will be thrilled.


Jen: I've thought about it a lot. And even though what you did was really wrong, I understand it.

Al: You do?

Jen: You did it for love. And love, I mean, that's important. So I don't want you to go to the police. I just want both of us just to forget about the whole thing.

Al: Ok, but I just don't understand how you can -- well, how you can just sort of let go like that.

Jen: Maybe because -- because you're my only friend, because you're the only who's told me the truth about things that really matter -- like love.

Al: What about Cristian?

Jen: You were right. There is something going on between Cristian and Natalie.

Al: There is?

Jen: Oh, it's so awful I don't -- I don't even think I can talk about it.

Al: Look, I'm sorry. I wish -- I wish there was something I could do for you.

Jen: Actually, there is.


Keri: I'm really grateful, Cristian. I mean, after everything that happened -- well, let's just say most brothers would tell me to get lost.

Cristian: Come on, I know you're in love with Antonio.

Keri: I am.

Cristian: And, hey, we're friends, too, right?

Keri: Yes, we are. And you look like maybe you could use a friend right now.

Cristian: That bad, huh?

Keri: Well, it seemed like something pretty serious was going on with you and Natalie just now. I mean, I know it's none of my business, but I just -- I want to make sure you're ok.

Cristian: Well, I'm not, not really.

Keri: Is Natalie giving you some kind of trouble?

Cristian: No. No, that's not what she's giving me. Not at all.


Rex: Hey, Natty, you ok?

Natalie: No, I'm not. Can't you see that?

Rex: Yeah, you're really freaking.

Natalie: I told you, it's, you know, my mom and --

Rex: I know you're upset about her, but --

Natalie: But what?

Rex: This can't just be about your mom. It's about Cristian, isn't it?


Seth: I know you're trying to be strong about your mom and Dr. Davidson, but you can stop, ok? You don't have to be strong for me.

Jessica: I just -- I wish there was something I could do to help, you know?

Seth: You are helping her by loving her. Just like you help me by loving me. Here.

Jessica: What's this?

Seth: Open it.

Jessica: Seth, it's beautiful.

Seth: I got you that heart because it's just like yours.

Jessica: A heart of gold?

Seth: You love people so much, and it's just a reminder so that you never, ever forget that.


Ross: What am I doing? What am I doing? I guess I'm thinking about being lonely for a very long time.

Todd: So, what, you thought you'd just come over here and pick a fight, that that would solve your problem?

Ross: Well, can you blame me? I mean --

Todd: Yeah, sure.

Téa: Ross, do you really think coming over here and pulling a stunt like this is going to help?

Ross: Well, the winds changed. We missed our chances of leaving the island. I mean, next summer, spring is going to be a long way off. I -- so, you know --

Téa: Oh, so you think the time will be shorter if you and Todd are at war?

Ross: It wasn't the war with Todd I was interested in.

Téa: Ross, I just gave Todd a lecture about jealousy. Do I have to give you one, too?

Todd: Oh, no, trust me, you don't want to hear it.

Ross: I guess I'll pass. And I guess I'll go. But if Manning even tries --

Todd: [Southern accent] doesn't treat you right, then you come see me, little lady. I'll give him what for and take real good care of you.

Ross: Uh -- that's right. Yeah.

Todd: [Normal voice] Did I pass the test?

Téa: Yeah. With flying colors. [Southern accent] I was downright proud of you.

Todd: Mm-hmm.

Téa: [Normal voice] and absolutely amazed at Ross.

Todd: Yeah, well, now you know -- all guys are jerks.

Téa: Oh. Very comforting thought.

Todd: It is to me.

Téa: So, you want me to make a dress out of this shirt again?

Todd: Again?

Téa: Yeah, you saw me in it once. Oh, that's right, you don't remember. You were too busy playing with your hand grenade.

Todd: Well, I guess you could remind me. You know, about the shirt, that is.

Téa: Ross did go to all the trouble to bring it back over.


Blair: Look at you, beautiful. What a surprise.

Starr: Well, I didn't have school today, remember?

Blair: I know that, but why did you have Suzanne bring you all the way here, Hon?

Starr: Because I wanted to. I figured that maybe I would come here every day after school.

Blair: Well, I don't plan to be working that late. What I hope to be doing is being at home, waiting for you when you get home from school.

Starr: Whatever.

Blair: But you know what? If I am working late, I hope that you will stop by here because I love spending time with my favorite girl.

Starr: Me, too, Mom. Without Jack.

Blair: We do have fun together, don't we, Sweetie?

Starr: All by ourselves.

Blair: Yeah. And you know what? There's something I want to talk to you about.

Starr: Uh-oh, here it comes.

Blair: No, it's not an "uh-oh." Chad Bennett is going to be working here for with me, and I don't want any attitude from you about it.

Starr: You really like him, don't you?

Blair: He's a nice boy.

Starr: Dad's gone.

Blair: Yes, he is, sweetie.

Starr: He might not ever come back.

Blair: Yeah, that's right, he might not.

Starr: I don't need another dad.

Blair: Of course you don't, Sweetheart.

Starr: I remember Dad. I know what he's like.

Blair: I know you do. And he will always be your daddy.

Starr: But Jack -- Jack won't remember him.

Blair: Yeah. You're right, Jack probably -- Starr? What is all this about?

Starr: I was just wondering. Jack needs a dad. So is Chad going to be Jack's dad?


Chad: Hi.

Emily: Hi.

Chad: Look, I'm really glad I ran into you.

Emily: You are?

Chad: Well, you must be leaving any day now, right? Summer's almost over. Look, Emily, everything between us was a complete disaster, but I at least wanted to say good-bye.

Emily: Actually, I decided to stay and do my fall semester at Llanview U.

Chad: I thought you were only staying for the summer. I mean, you told me that enough.

Emily: Yeah, I was.

Chad: So, what changed your mind?

Emily: My brother, for one thing. Troy -- he really wants me to stay.

Chad: Oh, well, your brother must be really happy that you're staying.

Emily: Yeah, I think so.

Chad: So -- so, what classes are you taking?

Emily: Public speaking, which I'm completely catatonic about.

Chad: Why?

Emily: Well, a long time ago I gave this really horrible toast at my brother's wedding. It was so embarrassing. I mean, there I am at my brother's wedding. My whole family is there. And I -- I got this sort of phobia of -- look, I know you don't care about some stupid toast that I make or why I'm taking public speaking. You probably just want to make sure that I'm not in any of your classes.

Chad: No. No, no, that's not the case at all.

Emily: Whatever. Look, I got to go. I left something in my loft.

Emily's voice: I gave this really horrible toast at my brother's wedding. My brother's wedding. My brother's wedding.


Blair: No, Starr, Chad will never be Jack's daddy.

Starr: Why not?

Blair: Well, because, for one, he works here and, secondly, I'm never going to date as long as I live ever again.

Starr: You're not?

Blair: No. So I can promise you there will never be a stepdaddy in our family.

Starr: Really?

Blair: Yeah, really. And you know what? I'm going to make you another promise. I promise that you will always have your one and only daddy, you and Jack both. Ok, I'll tell you what -- our big problems happened because I pretended that daddy really wasn't Jack's daddy.

Starr: You told me not to tell Dad that Jack was his baby, too.

Blair: That's right.

Starr: But I forget why you did that.

Blair: Well, actually, that's a long story, so --

Starr: Mom.

Blair: What?

Starr: Tell me.

Blair: Well, Starr, I didn't want you to tell Daddy because I knew that Daddy would be very angry with me and then he would take you away from me.

Starr: Now he's the one who left.

Blair: Yeah. And I know that you miss him. And I know that you think that Jack really needs him.

Starr: He does.

Blair: And I can't promise you that you're going to stop missing him, and I can't promise you that Jack's going to stop needing him.

Starr: Why not?

Blair: Because when you love someone, you love them just as much as you love your daddy, and then they go away, they take a really big piece away with them. And no matter what you do, you just -- you want that piece back.

Starr: I do. I want that piece back.

Blair: But you know what, Sweetie? I will promise you this -- that no matter what, I'll be there for you and Jack.

Starr: Really? You promise?

Blair: Yes, I promise. And I promise that you won't have another stepdaddy. And I promise, as long as you and Jack need me, that I'll be both -- both your mommy and your daddy, ok, honey?


Todd: What?

Téa: I think it's time.

Todd: For what?

Téa: To do something I've always wanted to do with you.


Natalie: Ok, you're right. I ran into Cristian for the second time today. It's just so hard.

Rex: That's what I thought. What happened?

Natalie: Nothing, really. Cristian really loves Jen, and because he's such a really nice guy, he's trying to make that clear to me.

Rex: What do you mean, trying?

Natalie: Well, because he's such a good guy, he doesn't want to stomp on my heart, you know, he doesn't want to hurt my feelings, so he just -- he doesn't make anything very clear.

Rex: So you want him to stomp on your heart?

Natalie: No, I -- I don't know. Maybe -- maybe it just -- it'd be easier. I mean, everything he says is so vague. And then just when it starts to make sense, something always happens and we never get to finish it.

Rex: And so it's weird.

Natalie: Maybe I should just leave town or join a convent or something.

Rex: What?

Natalie: You know, if I was out of his life, it would be so much easier for him.

Rex: Well, I don't care what's easier for Cristian. I care what's easier for you.

Natalie: Thanks. But that doesn't really matter much.

Rex: Yeah, it does. What's going on with you? I mean, you keep saying you care about Cristian, but what does that mean exactly?


Cristian: You know, I was in love with Jen. I thought I'd be in love with her forever. And part of me still thinks that that should be true.

Keri: "Should be"?

Cristian: Yeah, I told her. She's counting on it.

Keri: Oh.

Cristian: And I meant it, Keri -- I really did -- when I told her. But I don't know. It's just that we -- we've been apart for so long and Natalie and I just kept getting thrown together --

Keri: You and Natalie.

Cristian: Yeah. And to tell you truth, when I first met her, I didn't even like her. I guess she kind of just grew on me. And then she needed me, and I got to see a part of her that not everybody sees, she doesn't show everybody. And now it's --

Keri: Now?


Al: What is it? I mean, what can I do for you?

Jen: I just think I need to be held. I really just think I need to be loved.

Al: Oh. I love you.

Jen: Prove it.


Blair: Ooh. It was such a nice thing to have you here. I'll see you later?

Starr: Ok.

Blair: Ok.

Starr: Thanks for --

Blair: Never mind. You know what? Suzanne's waiting for you.

Starr: Ok.

Blair: I love you.

Starr: I love you, too.

Blair: See you at home.

Starr: Thanks, Mom.

Blair: Ok.

Woman: Mrs. Manning? This just came for you. It's marked "Personal and Confidential."

Blair: Okey-doke.

Woman: I know you wanted to get out of here early. Hope they aren't anything important.

Blair: No. It's not important at all. It's just my divorce papers.


Téa: Take it all off, Todd! Every last stitch!

Todd: Turn around!

Todd: No peeking!


Nora: Excuse me, excuse me. Ok. It hasn't boarded yet.

Troy: See? What did I tell you?

Nora: Oh, my God.

Troy: Am I a great driver, or what?

Nora: Don't get cocky, Andretti. Ok, I got to go.

Troy: Here you go.

Nora: Ok.

Troy: All right.

Nora: I love you.

Troy: Love you.

Nora: Bye.

Troy: Ooh! Whoa, whoa, whoa. I almost forgot.

Nora: What?

Troy: I got a dinosaur in my pocket.

Nora: Oh, and all this time I thought you were just glad to see me.

Troy: Not for you, for Matthew.

Nora: Oh. Oh. Now I get it. Ok. You're so sweet. Can't I take you with me?

Troy: Ooh, I don't think I'm going to fit in your carry-on. No, no, no, no, no.

Nora: Ok.

Troy: All right.

Nora: Someday you'll come.

Troy: Mm-hmm.

Nora: But I warn you about my mother. She's not going to believe you, you know. "He's so handsome. He's a doctor. He's never been married? I don't think so." Love you.

Troy: You, too.


Colin: Excuse me. Hey.

Lindsay: Hi. Cannot tell you how excited Lanie is that her wedding day is finally here.

Colin: Yeah, me, too. Me, too.

Lindsay: Colin, where's your family? I'm really looking forward to meeting them.

Colin: I don't speak to my family.

Lindsay: Oh.

Colin: None of them are going to be here.

Lindsay: Wait a minute. That girl wasn't talking about Colin. She wasn't at the wedding. She was talking about Troy. Troy was married.


Natalie: I'm -- I'm in love with Cristian.


Cristian: I'm falling in love with Natalie.


Jen: Make love to me, Al.

>> Stay tuned for scenes from the next "One Life to Live."


>> On the next "One Life to Live" --

Lindsay: Miss MacIver?

Emily: Yes. Who's this?

Waiter: I met that Davidson guy once. Can you believe a cop shot him?

Cristian: I have to tell Natalie how I feel about her.

Natalie: It'd be so much better if I could just totally avoid Cristian.

Jen: I need you now. Please don't turn me away.


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